Processing Win2000 RS-232 or USB communications
Lic. Edgar J. De Cleene
edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar
Sat Aug 21 13:11:07 UTC 2004
On 20/08/04 05:38, "Ron Gremban" <gremban at ForSites.com> wrote:
> Hi! I'm very familiar with Smalltalk (learned at Xerox PARC years ago),
> though rusty; but haven't used Squeak yet.
> In the Windows 2000 VM, is there an OS connection and class for communicating
> through an RS-232 and/or USB port?
> If so, what is it; if not, is there a way to do it short of writing a plugin?
> I've searched the online documentation I've found, but have seen no reference
> to serial communications.
> Thanks a lot,
> /ron gremban
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Open a Workspace.
Select it and do Alt- B
Should raise one Hierarchy browser when you must read.
This class supports a simple interface to the serial ports of the underlying
platform, if it supports serial ports. The mapping of port numbers to
hardware ports is platform specific, but typically follows platform ordering
conventions. For example, on the Macintosh, port 0 is the modem port and
port 1 is the printer port, since in the programmers documentation these
ports are referred to as ports A and B.
Send more questions if you have.
Cheers and welcome to list.
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